Looks like Acer isn’t currently working on just one new Android smartphone, but two. Last week we first got word about the existence of the Acer V360, and a couple of days ago the first live images showing that particular device got out in the open.
Today the Acer V350 stars in some benchmark results. And, confusingly (because it has a lower model number), this is going to be higher-end than the V360.
The Acer V350 will come with a 720p HD touchscreen of unknown size, a dual-core 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 processor (MSM8960), and on-screen software-rendered navigation buttons. When the benchmark was run, the Acer V350 was powered by Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. So expect it to launch with that version of Google’s mobile operating system, or, who knows, maybe Acer will surprise us and throw 4.2 in there before the release of the V350. Don’t get your hopes up though.
Unfortunately that’s all that the benchmark has revealed about the Acer V350. So for now this is all we have to go on. However, it usually doesn’t take long after a benchmark leak for other information to pop up regarding a new smartphone, so stick around and we’ll let you know when we find out more.
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